Análisis de la generación y redistribución del ingreso en México a través de una matriz de contabilidad social
Ernesto Aguayo Téllez
Joana C. Chapa Cantú
Nelly C. Ramírez Grimaldo
Erick Rangel González
We construct a social accounting matrix for the Mexican economy of the year 2004. In addition to the high level of disaggregation, the main contribution of this matrix is the use of microdata from the ENIGH 2004 to form an income-expenditure structure of the households account. As an application, this paper formulates the accounting multipliers model that allows us to analyze the generation and redistribution of income in México, as well as to determine the induced and redistributed effects of a unitary exogenous injection of income, such as international remittances.
social accounting matrix, input output table, accounting multipliers model, income distribution, remittances
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